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GestureTek Announces Multi-Touch Enhancements at InfoComm
Company improves on its industry leading technology for multi touch systems
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, June 17, 2008 – GestureTek Inc., inventor and world leader in gesture-driven user interfaces for presentation and entertainment systems, will showcase its recently enhanced multi-touch surface computing solution at InfoComm International 2008. Attendees are invited to visit GestureTek at the Las Vegas Convention Center in booth N7057, from June 18th to June 20th.
GestureTek’s multi-touch solution now better than ever
GestureTek’s award-winning interactive multi-touch surface computing technology has been delivered on many types of display surfaces in various shapes and sizes, giving ‘Minority Report-style’ computer interactivity to tables, bar tops, counters and panels. With multi-touch displays, users simply point their fingers immediately above (or directly on) the surface, then make rotating or dragging motions to control dynamic multi-media content, access product information, view advertising, play games, create special effects or manipulate images.
Significant enhancements to GestureTek’s multi-touch technology have recently been deployed:
“Our recent multi-touch enhancements further strengthen GestureTek’s key advantage over other multi-touch providers,” says GestureTek’s President and Co-Founder Vincent John Vincent. “GestureTek is unmatched in its ability to deliver flexible multi-touch solutions that can meet any client requirement and handle a variety of lighting environments.”
Selected GestureTek Installations:
Journalists use multi-touch interactivity to explore video and images of key news items.
Telefonica uses GestureTek to add multi-touch interactivity to a retail window.
Montana State University uses GestureTek’s interactive display technology in multimedia center.
Spanish retailer Musgo lets shoppers play immersive virtual reality games on outdoor retail windows.
Canada’s Hudson Bay Company puts shoppers right into interactive advertising on outdoor retail windows.
Intel uses GestureTek interactive table to promote Centrino Duo Processor.
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Fans play GestureTek’s motion-driven interactive games for a Pepsi promotion at the Super Bowl.
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